Notification that the appeals relating to St Osyth Priory have been withdrawn.  Appeal References: APP/P1560/W/142220032, APP/P1560/W/14/2220037, APP/P1560/W/14/2220042, APP/P1560/W/14/2220045, APP/P1560/W/14/2220047, APP/P1560/Y/14/2220051, APP/P1560/W/16/3158325, APP/P1560/W/16/3158326 refers.  (Letter circulated to all councillors).


2.1 The Local Government Boundary Commission for England has formally commenced an electoral review of Tendring District Council.  This electoral review will recommend new electoral arrangements for Tendring District Council.  In particular it will propose:

The total number of councillors elected to the council in future

The number of Wards

The number of Councillors representing each ward

Ward boundaries

Names of Wards

The Consultation closes on the 9th January 2017.  The Commission is minded to recommend that 48 councillors should be elected to Tendring District Council in the future.  They are now inviting proposals to help it draw up a pattern of wards to accommodate 48 district councillors.



Town Clerk’s Report – Agenda Item 13

Council Meeting 15th December 2016

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